Stirling Albion manager Greig McDonald admitted his side should have closed the game out after twice being pegged back in a 2-2 home draw with Montrose.
Garry Wood scored a last-gasp penalty to cancel out David McClune’s first SAFC goal after Craig Comrie’s opener was equalised by Paul Watson’s free-kick.
McDonald said: “I feel we have been robbed. It was a soft penalty and Paul Watson, who scored their free-kick, should have been sent off for the tackle on Mick O’Byrne.
“We should have been four or five up before they scored. It was a much-improved performance – I felt we dominated the game. There were 20 minutes in the second half when we were unplayable and David Crawford hardly had a save to make.”
Montrose No 2 George Shields said: “We thought it was going to be a red card but we are happy it wasn’t because Paul scored the equaliser and was involved in the build-up to the penalty, which we admit was a soft one.”